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. dennis stanworth admitting to killing his 90-year-old mother, nellie. >> i can tell you she was found at the defendant's house, as far as circumstances are manner of death autopsy was just this morning so i don't have that reports yet. >> stanworth was not entering a plea but statements can be used against him at trial. the 70-year-old was arrested wednesday, after he called police and told them he killed his mother. detectives arrived at his home, they found nellie stanworth's remains. according to the complaint prosecutors think dennis stanworth killed his mother november 6th of last year. her body found outside on the property stanworth shares with his wife and father-in-law. his wife was in court but declined comment to abc 7 news. >>[รณ, and just devastated this area. >> his arrest and that he has been living free for 22 years has been difficult for the families of the two teen-aged girls he was sent to death death row for sexual assaulting and killing in 1966 this, woman is afraid of stanworth. she was raises as a sister as one of the young victim autos are you confident they'll
attorney, dennis herrera who is here and whose office has been fighting for the rights of our community to marry the person they love. (applause) >> so thank you, dennis. i see donna who is another institution in the lgbt community. [cheering and applauding] >> so, in closing, i want to say that the way that i remember george moscone, the way that i remember harvey milk is to simply be true to who i am and to not be afraid to be who i am, even if it means doing and being something that is unpopular at times. thank you. (applause) >> thank you so much, supervisor. i wanted to acknowledge our co-sponsors today, the san francisco -- san francisco. the harvey milk foundation which was started by stuart milk and myself, worked to put this on in partnership with the san francisco harvey milk gay democratic club, gay and lesbian democratic club, the harvey milk civil rights academy and of course the gay men's chorus who are performing here tonight. so, on that note i'm going to turn this over to my dear friend stuart who is harvey's nephew and someone himself who has been speaking out all arou
in court or wheeled that court i should say. today was the first court persons for dennis charged with killing his elderly mother. of laura witnessed the out burst in court today and has a story you will see only on abc 7 news. >> did say i plead guilty to everything. i admit everythin everything. this is the third one. >>reporter: solana county prosecutor jensen describes what observers heard in court. sobbing double murderer dennis stan worth sitting in a wheelchair admit to go killing his 90-year-old mother nelli. >> i can tell you she was found at the defendant house. as far as the circumstances or manner of death the autopsy was just performed this morning so cov those reports yet. >>reporter: stan worth was not formally entering a plea but statement can be used against him at trial. 70-year-old stan worth was arrested wednesday after he called vallejo police and told them he had killed his mother. when detectives arrived at his home in hidden brook they found nelli remains. according to the criminal complaint prosecutors think dennis killed his mother as early as nov
after he told police he killed his own mother. vallejo police say dennis stanworth showed them where to find the victim's body yesterday. we're expecting more details today on vallejo's first murder of 2013. investigators believe she is the suspect's mother nelly stanworth. according to police, dennis stanworth was sentenced to death for sexually assaulting and killing two teenaged girls in 1966. his sentence was reversed later. >>> in contra costa county, pittsburg police say there's much more to the story about a man who killed a suspected burglar inside his apartment. four people are now in custody accused of what began as an elaborate plot to scare the man. investigators say charmaine was having an extramarital affair and wanted to frighten her husband into moving out of the apartment that they shared on east leeland lane. >> they plotted a burglary with her current boyfriend in an effort to scare him him to leave the residence. >> police say they enlisted three other men to help out. it all unfolded tuesday morning. investigators say the hu
but this woman is a relative of one of 2 bay area girls kidnapped sexually assaulted and murdered by dennis stan worth in 1966. >> he had a gun on them. and he had them strip and cary ran if you tonight come back i'll kill your friend. she came back and he shot her in the head. >> registered him. we are aware of him. >>reporter: on wednesday vallejo police say the 70-year-old man called to say he murdered his mother at his home in the hidden brook golf community. >> we obtained search warrant searched the house thoroughly found evidence of the crime contained within the house. >> she was just a fine lady. very fine. >>reporter: he had been living in the american canyon mobile home park. neighbors say they hadn't seen her for about a month but her son was a regular visitor. >> i have no idea why anybody would want to do that to her no. idea. the let alone her soychbility hi no fear of him. >>reporter: he lives across from where dennis lived for the past decade. were you aware of his past. >> yes, i was aware of the past but i figure he had, he had paid for his mistakes according to the
of dennis's home. he lived in the past ten years. this is actually part of the hidden brook golf community in vallejo. this is where police found the body, she was actually 90 years old. that is after her 70-year-old son dennis convicted of double murder and rape back in the 'on 60s. he called police midday yesterday and said he had killed his mother. police responded to the how long on marshfield and found her remains on the property. he was paroled from soledad in 1990 he was sentenced to death for the murder of two pinole girls in 1966 but that was overturned in the 1970s. vallejo police knew he was in the knuichbt because he was required to check in with them as a sex parolee. >> he was cooperative with the officers he spoke with initially talking with communication supervisor. it took a lot for her to get it out of her. >> i'm shocked, but i'm not. it really took me back. i had trouble getting my breath. i knew something was going to happen. he such an evil person. i knew it. >> reporter: now, that was a family member of one of the girls that was killed in 1966. that woman did not wan
-year-old dennis stanworth is charged with killing his mother at his home on wednesday. if found guilty, stanworth could face a death penalty for a second time. he was convicted and sent to death row for killing two teenagers back in the 1960s. but he was paroled after his sentence was commuted to life. >>> and the damaged oil tanker that bumped into the bay bridge this week is back at sea. the overseas reymar shipped out this morning for an undisclosed location where it will be repaired. it's been anchored east of alcatraz this week while investigators collected evidence and interviews about monday's brush with one of bridge towers. >>> "mission: impossible." not the tv show or the movie but what lies in front of people looking to rent a place in san francisco. and as cbs 5 reporter joe vazquez shows us, the skyrocketing rent prices are not just in the city. joe? >> reporter: yeah, ken. you know, it's a simple law of economics. you have a lot of techies moving in so there's a high demand for the housing here. and the supply of housing is lim
table. [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. [ voice of dennis ] indeed. are you in good hands? hershey's simple pleasures chocolate. 30% less fat, 100% delicious. . >> cenk: do you remember kvr they were a subsidiary of halliburton during the iraq war dick cheney company. he received $34 million when he left halliburton to become vice president of the united states. i'm sure that did not count in any of the contracts at all. halliburton happened to get $31 billion in work orders from the united states government. well some of it they screwed up including poisoning some of our troops in iraq with chemicals we're going to explain in a second. turns out they got got got endemnity. until recently, the veterans exposed to the toxin couldn't know either, nor could the attorneys of the department of justice who were left battling the contract in the dark according to a source there. now finally we did have some justice here at kbr lost the case of $85 million they have to pay. that was the ca
. also in minis. [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. [ voice of dennis ] indeed. are you in good hands? >> cenk: so we've been telling you about this stop and frisk program in new york city. it's outrageous because they go into private buildings--the police get permission from the landlords, whether the landlords want to give permission, that's a different question. but they go in and without reasonable suspicion they stop people all the time and frisk them to see if they can find something on them. but finally a judge in manhattan federal court said this is kind of unconstitutional, quote while it may be difficult to say when precisely to draw the line between constitutional and unconstitutional police encounterers such a line exists. and nypd has systematically crossed it when making trespass stops outside buildings. now to give a sense of why she ruled that way well, there was an enormous number of stop and frisks in 2011, 685,000 of them. my favorite number is that 88% of the people
mother. investigators say that on wednesday - 70-year-old dennis stanworth called 911 claiming to have killed his mothernellie stanworth police arrived at his home on marshfield road. and found the woman's body - and arrested her son.it's not clear yet exactly when the woman died. but two of her friends say dennis told them she died weeks ago >> he was going in his house and i just yelled and i said howl is nellie? because i thought that she was okay. and i yelled how is millie and he said that she passed away last week. and she had a military burial that is all that he said. and that makes me sick. my wife cannot get over it is very upset. we both are, really. she was really nice to us. we had good relationships with her shores really nice, the nicest lady i've known for a long time. she was in perfect health there was nothing wrong she could of little least five, six years another issue kenaf. i wished she would. i wish-- she could have -- and i have no idea why anybody would want to do that let alone"let alone her son" >> catherine: stanworth's criminal history includes rape and mur
-year-old mother. dennis stanworth was out on parole for a life prison sentence for killing two teens in 1966. >>> and vice-president joseph biden is looking for ways to reduce gun violence. today he will be meeting with gun owner's groups, hunters and also representatives from the entertainment industry. >>> a flasher is on the loose on the peninsular. janine de la vega just spoke with police. here is more. >> reporter: police tell me this is an isolated incident which they don't believe has anything to do with other attacks on women. police say at 11:00 a woman was sitting in a car and looked up and saw a man standing next to the window with his pants down touching himself and staring at her. she called 911 and police were unable to locate him. >> it is frightening. there is a lot of odd people out here and i stay here once a month and it makes me want to be more aware of my surroundings. >> well, there has not been any indecent exposure cases in reason months and there are cases of women being sexually assaulted by men. they were jocking downtown and in another case a woman in her
ago and today, neighbors say they are not entirely shocked. 70-year-old dennis stanworth has been in jail accused of killing his 90-year-old mother nelly. police say he called them yesterday to say what he had done. police came to his home on marshfield road in hidden brook and found his mother's body. >> awful. >> reporter: these ladies live in the neighborhood. >> we were always kind of leery of him. >> reporter: that killing was just the latest for stanworth. back in the '60s he kidnapped, sexually assaulted and killed two teenaged girls in contra costa county. he was sentenced to death in 1966 but that sentence was later turned into a life sentence. >> the victims have no rights. >> reporter: stanworth was let out of prison on parole and was registered as a sex offender with the vallejo pd since the '90s. >> i believe in truth in sentencing. the sentence was life, it should have been life. but it's not my position and i respect the law and i enforce the law as it's giving to us. >> reporter: neighbors say stanworth lived here with his son
year-old dennis stanworth told police that he had killed his 89 year- old mother nellie. and led officers to robotic. >> he is a former death row inmate who was found guilty in 1966 of kidnapping and killing two teenage girls in contra costa county. he had been living with his mother after being paroled. >> a man was killed after his big rig crashed along highway 37 and vallejo is been identified as 430 william ballard of roseville. >> this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc seven news. he was driving west on 37 when he collided with a white pickup. the big rigs fell from a high way to a grassy area near north bound 294 bursting into flames. saxons of both highways were closed for several hours. >> the caiman that was found apparently guarding 34 lbs. of marijuana at a castro valley home on tuesday as died. the alligator like creature named steve was seized reprobation check and handed over to the oakland zoo. the owner is now facing drug charges. >> we're getting our first look at the man accused of dousing his girlfriend with gasoline and setting her on fire. 20
confession to that crime. the d.a. tells us that at his arraignment dennis stanworth sobbed saying, i plead guilty to everything i did. this is the third time. police say he first called them confessing he killed his mother at had his vallejo home. her body was found on the property outside of the house. now it turns out it wasn't his first blush with the law n. 1966 he confessed to the rape and murder of two 15-year-old girls. he was convicted of those crimes and sentenced to death, but that sentence was later reduced and he was ultimately paroled in 1990. >>> still ahead here at 6:00, new evidence in a case that baffled bay area investigators. the never before scene video of the convicted killer in the case of a missing nursing student michelle le. >> and did he do it on his own? the case that sparked a man hunt. >> a way to reach out and touch mark zuckerberg but it will cost you. the newest facebook plan to make money. >>> and good evening. i'm jeff ranieri in the nbc bay area weather center. temperatures continuing to drop here across the bay area. plenty of mid-40s throughout the east
bars is back behind bars after killing his mother. dennis stanworth was first sentenced to death in 1966 for murdering two teenage girls. after california did away with the death sentence, his sentence was changed to life in prison. >> i am worried about our system, him getting out again. but i have a gun and i know how to use it. >> reporter: this time police say sanworth killed his mother in his own home. he said he called 911 and then turned himself in. >>> a potentially dangerous reptile guarding a stash of marijuana has died. the reptile was a 16-year-old cayman which closely resembles an alligator. the oakland zoo took it in yesterday and said it was in very poor health. alameda county sheriff deputies found the cayman in a home along with marijuana. the owner faces animal abuse charges. >>> a case of bullying is said to be the motive for school shooting in central california. authorities in the town of taft in kern county says a student entered a class, and opened fire. the current county sheriff says the teen targeted students who had bullied him for several years. a teac
say that a man that was once behind bars is back behind bars after killing his mother. dennis stanworth was first sentenced to death in 1966 for murdering two teenage girls. after california did away with the death sentence, his sentence was changed to life in prison. >> i am worried about our system, him getting out again. but i have a gun and i know how to use it. >> reporter: this time police say sanworth killed his mother in his own home. he said he called 911 and then turned himself in. >>> a potentially dangerous reptile guarding a stash of marijuana has died. the reptile was a 16-year-old cayman which closely resembles an alligator. the oakland zoo took it in yesterday and said it was in very poor health. alameda county sheriff deputies found the cayman in a home along with marijuana. the owner faces animal abuse charges. >>> a case of bullying is said to be the motive for school shooting in central california. authorities in the town of taft in kern county says a student entered a class, and opened fire. the current county sheriff says the teen targeted students who ha
morning news. the state 70 road dennis stanworth told police that he had killed his 89 year old mother and nellie stanworth. he led officers to her body. he is a former death row inmate was found guilty in 1966 of kidnapping and killing a teenage girls in contra costa county. he had been living with his mother after being paroled. >> the suspect accused of adapting his children from san francisco and boarding installing got last year will be in court for his preliminary hearing today. this is video christopher mcveigh's last court hearing. he took his three year-old daughter brooklyn and 2 year-old son at that and from their mother home their mother's home back as the december of last year. he then drove into the mir are or where he stole a 40 ft. sailboat. the coast as does it attract the track about the monterey bay and the children safely reunite with their mother. is facing five felony counts in this case. >> more on a developing story at the i crews may be surgicenter ballot well for a long time is a look for human remains. it is all part of the speed freak killers case. tim and p
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